AS MEDICS WORK TO SAVE A CYCLIST’S LIFE – HIS BIKE IS STOLEN

The bike that was stolen whilst its owner’s life was being saved by paramedics

South Wales Police say that whilst a cyclist was receiving emergency medical treatment,  his bike was stolen from the footpath at the rear of Penarth Leisure Centre.

The cyclist – who has not been named – was being given  cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)  by paramedics before being rushed to hospital.

The footpath at the rear of Penarth Leisure Centre links Andrew Road with Cogan

Whilst he was being treated, the bike he had been riding – which police say was his “pride and joy” disappeared from a footpath at the rear of Penarth Leisure Centre.

Police say the crime was committed at aropund 15:30 on August 9th but details have only now been released .The man’s family are hoping that the bike can be recovered.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Barry CID on 01446 731606

 

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8 Responses to AS MEDICS WORK TO SAVE A CYCLIST’S LIFE – HIS BIKE IS STOLEN

  1. Lesley Monger says:

    How evil is that!
    Some people have no common decency!
    Hope the man is on the mend

  2. Penarthur says:

    That’s one less cyclist on the pavement I guess Peter Church?

  3. Brickie says:

    Very dispiriting, but what a pity it’s taken a month for this to come to light.

  4. JP says:

    Meanwhile thanks to Geiger Gething’s excellent stewardship of our nhs – people are having to do sponsored walks to raise money for equipment to tackle sepsis … which I caught on one of the filthy wards here!

    Sepsis survivor calls for ‘life-saving’ machines for Wales
    BBC Wales
    Tom Boyce was put on a specialist lung machine, unavailable in Wales, after his organs failed.

  5. Taxpayer says:

    Yes,and us staff take soap,shampoo,and other stuff in work to wash patients as family’s think is free on the NHS…(not all family’s)

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